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Gulley Family Cemetery
Cary, Wake County, North Carolina

Tryon Rd. and Piney Plains Rd.
Cary NC 27511-6877

Lat: 35°44'38"N, Lon: 78°45'19'W

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Dec 08, 2001 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 12.

Directions: From downtown Raleigh; Go West on Hillsborough Street (NC 54) to I-440, the Outer Beltline , go Southwest toward Apex, 2.7 miles. Exit I-440, US 1 via ramp at sign reading "Exit 1 I-440/I-40/US-64 E. Outer Beltline to Durham, Rocky Mount and US-70" and go Southwest 1.2 miles. Turn left on Walnut Street and go Southeast for.2 miles. Turn right on Piney Plains Road and go approx. 1.4 miles to Tryon Road and Piney Plains intersection.
The cemetery is barely noticeable in the back yard of a house sitting at this intersection, next door to Piney Plains Christian Church. Here we see this small family cemetery, which is no longer in use.

Recorded from tombstones by Gordon & Shirley Olson on 21 Nov 2001.

- Shirley Olson

Atkins, Floyd Benjamin, b. 10 Nov 1888, d. 29 Oct 1975
Atkins, Woodrow C., b. 24 Nov 1911, d. 9 Jun 1942
Cain, Emmett B., b. 2 Oct 1881, d. 30 Jul 1906
Cain, Mary Frances, b. 23 Jul 1858, d. 29 Aug 1929
Cain, Ruth A., b. 12 Jul 1896, d. 14 Jan 1922
Gulley, Anna K., b. 1894, d. 1977
Gulley, Herbert Grover, b. 16 Jun 1884, d. 7 Mar 1949
Gulley, Iola, b. 20 Feb 1889, D. 24 Aug 1974, w.o. F. Benjamin Atkins
Gulley, Mamie O'Daniel, b. 1898, d. 1936, w.o. W.C. Gulley
Gulley, W. Leak, b. 20 Oct 1885, d. 15 Apr 1946
Gulley, W.C., b. 1891, d. 1974
Gulley, Waldo P., b. 27 Mar 1887, d. 30 May 1952

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